Supplies needed; Cotton batting, fruit loops, and glue
Assist children in making a fruit loop rainbow. Use small amounts of glue to hold fruit loops in place, if too much glue is used the fruit loops will begin to melt. For younger children, consider drawing colored lines to show them where to place their fruit loops. Next glue cotton batting at the ends of the rainbow to finish the ends.
Supplies Needed; Rainbow colored construction paper, scissors and a stapler
Cut strips of paper about 2" wide and 6" long. We used 5 of each color. Create a loop, overlap the ends, and staple over the ends. Thread each new paper through the previous loop, until finished.
Supplies Needed; Orange construction paper, rainbow colored paints, cotton balls, glue and scissors
Using your construction paper, cut out a pot shape, and paste it to the bottom corner of your paper. In the opposite corner of your paper paste cotton balls. Assist the children in using their fingers to paint rainbow colored lines from the pot to the cloud. We chose to add a sun to shine on the rainbow.
Supplies Needed; Rainbow colors and brown paint, white paper, colored pens, and a paint brush.
Paint the child's palm brown, and the fingers colors of the rainbow. Instruct the child to put their fingers close together. Stamp the child's hand on the paper and pull the hand directly upwards to make a clean and print. Allow the paint to dry, then add details.